Welcome to Super Bowl Consulting.

For more Information
on my 20 plus years
making films and videos,
please visit Alex LOGIC.
I am also an ideas person,
and an excellent collaborator.


The general media consensus was that the 2010 Super Bowl commercials were somewhat average at best. I am confident I can help you avoid being average.

This comprehensive 25 page site is chock full of examples of Good Commercials, Bad Commercials, Good Commercials Gone Bad, Classics, Too Hip, Clever, Sexism, Funny, Perfection, Banned, Buzz Worthy, Local Spots, Kids As Talent, Save the Planet, Spec Spots, The Spot that Grows on You., Elderly, Superior Soundtrack, Commercial Solutions, FedExits Super Bowl, Action, Slapstick/Stunt, What I Do For U, Contact.

I will continue to add spots to each category. Whether for inspiration, a refresher course, or simply to be inspired by how great a medium the 30 second television commercial is, please enjoy this site.

The 2010 Super Bowl has come and gone, and here is an excellent independent criticism about the super bowl commercials in general. Super Bowl Commercials forget who their core really audience really is. As Dr. Frasier Crane says, "I'm listening", are you?

You may also find the following of interest as well. Super Bowl spots that are similar airing one after another. This was done on two different occasions during the 2010 super bowl. There may be make goods involved. Similar Super Bowl Commercials air back to back.

A thirty second Super-Bowl commercial costs 2.5 million dollars to air. The right super bowl commercial consultant more than earns their consultation.


  How I Can Help You.

For more Information
on my 20 plus years
making films and videos,
please visit Alex LOGIC.
I am also an ideas person,
and an excellent collaborator.


If you want an expert analysis on how good your super bowl or national commercial really is, I'm your person.

My film school background started in the early 80's and included organizing 6 student film festivals, winning over two dozen film awards for my student films, and being selected as the 1985 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Internship/Scholarship winner in the Commercials Category. This Nationwide contest pitted me against applicants from all over the country and I won. I had the honor of a paid internship with Film Fair of Studio City.

Upon completion of my internship with Film Fair, I was offered and I accepted an entry level job with Film Fair, then it was onto Digital Productions, which then merged with OMNIBUS and Robert ABEL and Associates, and I worked for Rick Zettner and Associates.

Afterwards I started my own production company specializing in video camera and video editing for a slew of corporate clients and independent entrepreneurs and filmmakers who were lifting themselves up by the bootstraps. You can see an ever growing list at Alex LOGIC.

Coincidentally, fifteen years after being selected as the ATAS commercials internship winner, I would then be honored with a regional Emmy Award for video producing and directing a live performance, complete with full orchestra in front of a live audience, of the opera FAUST, by the same Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Sprinkled throughout this site are my comments and observations about dozens of commercials that should confirm to you what I already know, that I can help make YOUR commercial better, or, simply affirm that you have a good spot, BEFORE you broadcast your commercial.